Polaris Cross Roads Hard-Ball - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Cross Roads Hard-Ball - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

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Identification
Left Side View
1.
Spark Plugs
2.
Front Brake Caliper
3.
Oil Cooler
4.
Battery
5.
Gear Shift Pedal
6.
Operator Footrest
7.
Sidestand
8.
Oil Drain Plug
9.
Oil Filter
10. Passenger Footpeg
11. Rear Brake Caliper
12. Diagnostic Connector
(under cover)
Right Side View
1.
Exhaust Mufflers
2.
Drive Belt Guard
3.
Drive Sprocket (under cover)
4.
Engine Oil Fill Cap / Dipstick
5.
Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir
6.
Rear Brake Pedal
7.
Air Filter
8.
Headlamp
9.
Mirror
10. Fuel Tank
11. Access Cover
12. Fuse Box (under cover)
13. Accessory Fuse (under
cover)
14. Rear Shock Air Fitting (under
cover)
15. Radio Antenna (if equipped)
16. License Plate Bracket
1
2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
3
4
12
2
3
4
6
12
14
1
8
7
5
16
15
9
10
13
11
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Identification
Top View
1.
Windshield
2.
Clutch Lever
3.
Fuel Filler Cap
4.
Operator Seat
5.
Passenger Seat
6.
Saddlebag Latch
7.
Turn Signals
8.
Tail Lamps
9.
Front Brake Lever
10. Front Brake Fluid Reservoir
11. Radio Fuse (inside fairing)
Console (CROSS COUNTRY)
1.
Speakers
2.
Mode Switch
3.
Fuel Gauge
4.
Speedometer
5.
Indicator Lamp Display
6.
Multi-Function Display
7.
Tachometer
8.
Volt Meter
9.
Left Handlebar Switches
10. iPod Cord and 12-Volt Outlet (TOUR
model, left compartment)
11. Audio Control Switches
12. 12-Volt Accessory Outlet
13. Radio Display
14. Heated Grip Switch (if equipped)
15. Cruise Control Switches (if equipped)
16. Right Handlebar Switches
Console (CROSS ROADS)
1.
Clutch Lever
2.
Mirror
3.
Speedometer
4.
Indicator Light Panel
5.
Tachometer (if equipped)
6.
Front Brake Fluid Reservoir
7.
Front Brake Lever
8.
Throttle Control Grip
9.
Switches
10.
Throttle Cables
11.
Fuel Cap
12.
Auxiliary Forward Lighting
Switch (if equipped)
13.
Cruise Control Switches
1
2
4
5
9
10
3
6
7
8
11
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
11
16
15
2
13
12
14
10
3
5
1
9
11
4
10
9
7
8
2
6
13
12
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Instruments, Features and Controls
Right Handlebar Switches
Engine Stop/Run Switch
The engine stop/run switch is located on the right handle-
bar. This switch completes or interrupts the ignition,
starter and fuel pump circuits. Use the engine stop/run
switch to turn the engine off quickly. Turn the key off
after the engine stops.
Press the bottom of the switch (RUN) to complete the
circuits and allow the engine to start and run.
Press the top of the switch (STOP) to interrupt the cir-
cuits and stop the engine. The engine should not start or
run when the switch is in the STOP position.
Cruise Control Switches (if equipped)
Refer to the Cruise Control section of this manual (begin-
ning on page 51) for cruise control operation.
Engine Starter Switch
The starter switch is located on the right handlebar. Use the
starter switch to start the engine and operate in reverse (if
equipped). The switch will operate only when the engine
stop/run switch is in the RUN position and the transmis-
sion is in neutral (or the clutch is disengaged). The reverse
lever (if equipped) must also be disengaged.
Tip:
If the reverse system fuse has blown, the starter switch will
not function even if the reverse lever is disengaged. Replace
the fuse. See page 88.
Read the engine starting procedures before starting the
engine. See page 48.
Press the right side of the starter switch to engage the
starter motor.
See page 54 for reverse operation.
Run
Stop
Cruise Control Switches
Starter Switch
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Instruments, Features and Controls
Tool Kit
The tool kit can be used to perform most basic mainte-
nance items. Tools provided in the tool kit include:
1.
4 mm Ball Drive Allen Wrench
2.
5 mm Ball Drive Allen Wrench
3.
6 mm Ball Drive Allen Wrench
4.
4 mm / 6 mm Open End Wrench
5.
8 mm / 10 mm Open End Wrench
6.
Combination Phillips / Slot Screw Driver
7.
Rear Shock Absorber / Tire Pressure Gauge
8.
Fuse Puller
License Plate
The license plate module is equipped with an LED light to illluminate the license plate.
Always make sure the license plate is properly installed before operating the motorcycle.
1.
Position the license plate at the center of the rear fender, aligning the bottom edge of the
license plate to the fender mounting bracket.
2.
Secure the license plate with appropriate fasteners.
3.
If an accessory trunk is installed to the vehicle, the license plate mount must be installed
to the trunk to comply with regulations. Install the bracket and light assembly supplied
with the accessory. Align the top edge of the license plate with the top edge of the license
plate window. The fender license plate light must also be covered.
1
4
3
5
6
7
8
2
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Maintenance
Battery Installation
WARNING!
Improperly connecting or disconnecting battery cables can result in an explosion and
cause serious injury or death. When removing the battery, always disconnect the negative (black) cable
first. When reinstalling the battery, always connect the negative (black) cable last.
1.
Place the battery in the battery compartment
with terminals forward.
2.
Reinstall the battery hold-down strap.
3.
Install the positive (+) cable first.
Torque:
36 in-lbs (4 Nm)
4.
Install the red protective boot over the terminal.
5.
Install the negative (-) cable last.
Torque:
36 in-lbs (4 Nm)
6.
Reinstall the front chin fairing. Tighten all four
screws.
Torque:
36 in-lbs (4 Nm)
Battery Charging
Tip:
If your VICTORY motorcycle will not be used for a period of 6 weeks or longer, a maintenance
charger should be connected to the battery. A fused maintenance charger connection is provided.
The connector is designed for use with the VICTORY accessory maintenance charger available at
your authorized VICTORY dealer.
1.
Following the charger manufacturer’s instructions, use a battery charger designed for use
with 12-volt batteries. The charger should have a maximum charging rate of 1.8 amps.
Charge the battery for approximately 10 hours at a rate of 1.8 amps. If you use a taper or
trickle charger, it will take longer to charge the battery.
2.
After charging the battery, allow the battery to sit 1-2 hours before checking the state of
charge with a DC volt meter. The charge should be a minimum of 12.5 DC volts. Repeat
the charging cycle if the charge is less than 12.5 DC volts. Replace the battery if it fails
to reach 12.5 volts after the second charge.
Ignition Switch / Lock Lubrication
Periodically lubricate the ignition switch, saddle bag locks and fuel cap lock. We recommend
the use of VICTORY Multi-Purpose Lubricant.
1.
Spray lubricant directly into the ignition switch and into each lock cylinder for 1-2 sec-
onds.
2.
Insert each key into its lock and turn it to all positions to distribute the lubricant.
3.
Wipe away any excess lubricant.
Sidestand Lubrication
Periodically lubricate the sidestand pivot and
the ends of the spring. See page 45 for sidestand
inspections.
36 in-lbs (4 Nm)
Step 3
(
+
)
Step 5
(
-
)
Lubricate
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Maintenance
Side Covers
Remove the left side cover to access the elec-
tronic control module, diagnostic connector and
chassis-to-engine harness connector.
Remove the right side cover to access the fuses,
rear suspension air fitting, clutch cable adjuster,
purge valve and flasher unit.
Remove both side covers to access the seat
screws.
1.
Pull outward at each corner of the side cover
to disengage the three darts.
2.
Remove the side cover from the motorcycle.
3.
To reinstall the side cover, make sure each
rubber grommet is properly positioned. Align
each dart with the appropriate grommet and
press inward firmly to secure each dart.
Trunk Removal (CROSS COUNTRY TOUR)
1.
Open both saddlebag covers. Remove the
left saddlebag and side cover. Place them in
a safe location to prevent damage to the
painted surfaces.
2.
Disconnect the trunk wire harness.
3.
Pull the two trunk latch levers fully upward
to release the latches.
4.
From the rear of the motorcycle, grasp the
trunk firmly with both hands. Pull the trunk
assembly rearward to disengage the trunk
support legs from the saddlebag support
bracket bushings.
5.
Place the trunk assembly in a safe location to prevent damage.
6.
Reinstall the side cover and left saddlebag.
7.
Reverse this procedure to reinstall the trunk assembly. Make sure the trunk support legs
are firmly anchored onto the saddelbag support bracket bushings. Push both trunk latch
levers fully downward to engage the latches. When properly latched, theft prevention
bolts prevent latches from rotating and releasing.
WARNING!
An insecurely latched trunk assembly can cause loss of control resulting in serious injury
or death. Always make sure trunk latches are secure before operating the motorcycle.
Grommets
Latch
Release
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Maintenance
Fuse Replacement
NOTICE:
Use fuses with the recommended amperage to avoid damage to the electrical system.
Tip:
Use the fuse puller provided in the tool kit to
remove a fuse.
1.
Remove the right side cover.
2.
Lift the release tab and slide the fuse
box upward to remove it from the
bracket. Release the tabs on each side of
the fuse box cover and remove the
cover.
3.
Remove the damaged fuse and seat the
new fuse firmly in its place.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover with the
double cut-out to the left (with print
readable from right side of motorcycle).
5.
Reinstall the fuse box and the side
cover.
Fuse Recommendations
Fuse Application
Fuse Size
Fuse Application
Fuse Size
Engine
15 amp
Reverse (if equipped) (on rear tire
debris flap)
25 amp
Fuel Pump/Ignition Coil
15 amp
CROSS COUNTRY ONLY
Lights
20 amp
Accessory (under right side cover)
20 amp
Turn Signals/Horn
10 amp
Radio (in fairing behind headlight)
25 amp
Ignition
10 amp
12-Volt Storage Compartment Outlet
(TOUR model) (under electrical cover
above battery)
10 amp
Chassis
20 amp
Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS)
30 amp (2)
Fuse
Box
Accessory
Fuse
(if equipped)
Reverse Fuse (if equipped)
Radio Fuse (if equipped)
12-Volt Storage Compartment
Outlet (if equipped)
ABS Fuses
(if equipped)
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Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Shifting Difficulties or Hard to Find Neutral
Battery Charging Rate Low or Battery Discharges
Brake Noise / Poor Brake Performance
Tip:
Contact a VICTORY dealer if brake performance does not return after these inspections.
Anti-Lock Brake Light Remains Illuminated or Illuminates Intermittently
Service Manual Availability
Some procedures are beyond the scope of this manual. See your dealer to purchase a VIC-
TORY Service Manual for your motorcycle.
Some procedures provided in the Service Manual require specialized knowledge, equipment,
and training. Be sure you have the required technical skills and tools that are needed before
you attempt ANY service on your motorcycle. Please contact your VICTORY dealer before
attempting any service work that is beyond your level of technical knowledge or experience,
or if the work requires specialized equipment.
Possible Cause
Possible Remedy/Action
Shift Linkage Bushings Dry Or Worn
Lubricate shift linkage.
Engine Oil Level Incorrect Or Wrong Type
Inspect level and quality of oil. See page 40.
Clutch Damage
Replace clutch.
Possible Cause
Possible Remedy/Action
Loose/Corroded Charging Circuit
Connection
Check/clean battery cable connections. Check/clean
charging circuit connections. See dealer.
Accessory Load Exceeds Charge Rate
Limit accessory operation when the engine is off.
Improperly Wired Accessory (Current Draw)
See dealer to check charging system output and cur-
rent draw.
Battery discharges when motorcycle not in
use.
See dealer to check key OFF current draw.
Possible Cause
Possible Remedy/Action
Dust / Dirt On Brake Disc(s)
Clean disc. See page 77.
Worn Pads Or Disc / Brake Disc Damage
Inspect pads. See pages 43 and 77.
Brake Fluid Level Low Or Fluid Contaminated
Inspect fluid level / fluid. See pages 41 and 42.
Possible Cause
Possible Remedy/Action
Blown fuse
Check the fuses. See page 88.
Loose or damaged pulse ring
Inspect pulse ring for looseness or chipped teeth.
Debris lodged in components
Inspect wheel speed sensor and pulse ring for debris.
Damage caused by debris
Inspect wheel speed sensor for cracked housing.
Damaged components
See service manual or authorized dealer.
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Specifications
CROSS ROADS / CROSS COUNTRY
Chassis
Front Suspension Type / Travel
Telescopic Fork / 5.1 in. (13 cm)
Front Fork Tube Diameter
43 mm
Rear Suspension Type / Travel
Single Monotube Air Adjustable Shock: 4.7 in. (12 cm)
Swingarm
Cast Aluminum with Constant Rate Linkage
Front Brakes
Dual 300 x 5 mm / Floating Rotor / 4 Piston Calipers
Rear Brakes
Single 300 x 7 mm / Floating Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Total Storage Volume
21.3 gallons (80.6 liters)
Drive System
Final Drive Type
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Transmission Type
6 Speed Constant Mesh with True Overdrive
Primary Drive Type (Reduction Ratio)
Gear Drive with Torque Compensator (1.49:1)
Drive System
Gear Shift Pattern
1 Down 5 Up
Internal Gear Ratios
1st
3.13:1
2nd
2.02:1
3rd
1.50:1
4th
1.20:1
5th
1:1
6th (Overdrive)
.87:1
Final Drive Ratio
2.12:1
Clutch Type
Wet, Multi Plate, Diaphragm Spring
Wheels And Tires
Front Wheel Type / Size
Cast or Billet 18 x 3.0 inch
Laced 18 x 3.5 (Classic/HARD-BALL)
Front Tire Type / Size
DUNLOP Elite 3 - 130/70R18 63H
Radial
Dunlop 491 Elite ll - 130/70 B18 63H (Classic/HARD-BALL)
Rear Wheel Type / Size
Cast or Billet 16 x 5.0 inch
Laced 16 x 5.0 (Classic/HARD-BALL)
Rear Tire Type / Size
DUNLOP Elite 3 - 180/60R16 M/C 80H
Radial
Electrical
Alternator
48 Amp Maximum Output
Battery
12 Volt / 18 Amp Hour / 310 CCA / Yuasa YTX20HL
Lights
Headlamp (High / Low)
High H11 / Low H11
HID Headlamp (High / Low)
High H11 / Low D1SR
Auxiliary Forward Lamps (if equipped)
H3 25w
Turn Signal Lamp
Non-Serviceable LED
Tail / Brake / License Plate Lamp
Non-Serviceable LED
Fuses
/ Circuit Breakers
Engine
15A
Fuel Pump/Ignition Coil
15A
Lights
20A
Turn Signals/Horn
10A
Ignition
10A
Chassis
20A
Anti-Lock Brake System
30A (2)
Reverse
25A
Accessory
20A (CROSS COUNTRY)
Radio
25A (CROSS COUNTRY)
12-Volt Outlet (Storage Compartment)
10A (CROSS COUNTRY TOUR)